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Old 01-02-09, 05:05 PM   #1
duongthaiha
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Default Max resolution in 8600M GT laptop ubuntu

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I recently change from windows to linux and have install the nvidia driver Version: 180.17. However, the maximum resolution that I can get is 1280x800. Can anyone please tell me what is the maximum solution I can have? Thanks you very much.

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Hi
I recently change from windows to linux and have install the nvidia driver Version: 180.17. However, the maximum resolution that I can get is 1280x800. Can anyone please tell me what is the maximum solution I can have? Thanks you very much.

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It all depends on the native resolution of your LCD display panel, that would be your maximum resolution. I have the same card in my laptop and it always uses 1680x1050 (My panel's native resolution) automatically.
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